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Lendlease appointed to manage Stage 3 redevelopment of Melbourne Park
The Victorian Government has announced that Lendlease Building Contractors is to manage the delivery of the $271.55 million Stage 3 redevelopment of Melbourne Park.
The latest stage of the ongoing redevelopment of Melbourne Park aims to guarantee the Australian Open remains in Melbourne until at least 2036 and follows Lendlease having managing the delivery of the Rod Laver Arena refurbishment and Margaret Court Arena as part of stages 1 and 2 of the Melbourne Park redevelopment.
Lendlease’s experienced design and construction team has a strong history managing complex sports and entertainment stadium construction programs across Australia, including the Adelaide Oval redevelopment and the recently completed Bankwest Stadium in Sydney.
Demolition of the old function and media centre started in April, paving the way for a new centre featuring a 1,000 seat function room, pre-event spaces, interview rooms, a 200-seat auditorium and broadcast studios.
Set to be completed before the 2023 Australian Open, Stage 3 will also include construction of a new multi-purpose 5,000-seat sunken show court arena and a new central logistics hub.
Advising that the upgrades will not only provide a better player and spectator experience, but will also offer media broadcasters the perfect vantage point, Victorian Minister for Tourism, Sport and Major Events Martin Pakula stated “this major redevelopment at the heart of Melbourne’s sports and events will create thousands of jobs and bring tens of thousands of visitors to Victoria every year.”
“We’re making Melbourne Park an unrivalled venue for players, spectators and media broadcasters and we’re proud to play our part in making this a reality.”
15th April 2019 - Work underway on latest stage of Melbourne Park redevelopment
30th March 2019 - Melbourne and Olympic Parks showcases new function centre at Evolve 2019
23rd March 2019 - New information screens help guide fans home from Melbourne Park events
20th March 2019 - Brian Morris to step down as Melbourne and Olympic Parks Chief Executive
7th February 2019 - TEG entertainment fills Melbourne Park venues
29th January 2019 - Record 780,000 fans share the excitement of the 2019 Australian Open
10th January 2019 - Melbourne Park ready for 2019 Australian Open
29th November 2018 - Melbourne and Olympic Parks announce venue refurbishment plans
5th September 2018 - Inaugural Melbourne Park eSports event attracts thousands
21st August 2018 - New name for Melbourne’s Hisense Arena
23rd April 2018 - Tennis Australia looks to gain management control of Melbourne Park
12th November 2015 - Lendlease to construct $338 million Rod Laver Arena refurbishment
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